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    wii resets when loading gamecube games

    you see i always had this problem with my wii that when i try to play GC games it always resets and go back to the system menu i always though that is happening because i didnt had a gamecube controller well now i do and it still happaning i tried what i got i load it trough the disk channel , neo gamma channel , and the gamecube backup channel and its always the same if you know whats wrong and can help me fix it than i realy appreciate it thanks

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    Can you post a syscheck so we can see what your system looks like? I'd like to see what version of MIOS you have installed, but post the entire thing.

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    Ok i will try to do that later

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    here is my syscheck you wanted

    Spoiler

    Last edited by llaffer; 10-10-2013 at 06:11 AM. Reason: spoiler tags

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    Your mod is old. Since you have an old version of HBC and old version of cIOSs, it's possible the loaders are not behaving as they should.

    Go through Softmod Any Wii from the start to get everything updated to current. Let's see if that fixes the problem or if we have to dig deeper.

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    will updating all the things you said will some how ruind my wii becuae i already messed up my wii one and i cant bring it back if it happanes again

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    There is always a risk, but the guide has been used probably thousands of times over the years and is probably one of the safest guides out there. It all depends on how well you read and understand it. If you have a question, be sure to ask before doing anything. It is recommended that the guide be read at least thrice before you touch your system.

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    its realy hard for me to take a risk that may brick my wii again because i dont want to let that happen again so im not sure if im gonna do it are you sure there is no risk free way to fix this

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    the guide has been used probably thousands of times over the years and is probably one of the safest guides out there.
    So you're saying there's a chance......

    It's not like there is a probability that it will fail and brick your wii. There is a chance you could have a blackout during a critical point (this could cause a non modded wii to brick as well during an official software update). There is a chance you could do something incredibly stupid and brick it during the process but not if you follow the instructions in the guide which has been revised over and over to make it about as idiot proof as it can be. Almost everything on this site is predicated upon following this guide and questions you may have are answered quickly if you post them in the guide. Your wii is already modded anyway, if you want to fix your issue updating your mod is the way to go. What other kind of advice do you expect to get here? I guess you could call Nintendo Customer service but since your console is modded you will get more applicable help here.
    Last edited by blaisedinsd; 10-10-2013 at 03:04 PM.

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